Another weird vote. Posting history in CTF is back at beginning last decade, looks perfectly normal, participates in political discussions. Come back, posts more. Then leaves.Guenther wrote: ↑Wed Oct 28, 2020 1:06 pmWell, but he voted for shutdown in this 'survey'.Daniel Shawul wrote: ↑Wed Oct 28, 2020 11:57 amI am talking about the CTF moderator nominee "gaard" that Ed was referring to. I got a PM from him about his moderation philosophy, that I summarized above, in case we both got elected. I share Ed's concern that showing up after 1.5 years to run for moderator is suspcious to say the least.Guenther wrote: ↑Wed Oct 28, 2020 10:57 amDaniel, just for clarification, your post looks completely unclear to me, about whom are you talking here?Daniel Shawul wrote: ↑Wed Oct 28, 2020 10:39 amThat is interesting. It is worth pointing out his moderation philosophy seems to focus only on "personal insults" just like the previous ones.Rebel wrote: ↑Wed Oct 28, 2020 10:10 am2. The "gaard" guy has been accepted as CTF nominee. He has been away for 1.5 year, shows up 2 weeks ago. Correct me if I misunderstand the rule:
Sam - Nominee and voter criteria remain the same as in past elections; i.e., those who have been members for less than six months or have less than 40 recent posts on the board as of September 1 are not eligible.
He isn't allowed to run, is he?
I hope we don't have a moderator group that can't work together.
Two posts only in “recent posting activity” period last three years up to start September. Then a flurry of posts, in CTF, over last couple of weeks, all perfectly fine, about hobbies and geneology, all looks positive. So why the shut-down vote? Just weird.